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People in the news - Jan. 31, 2011

IBJ Staff
January 29, 2011
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Civic/Not-for-Profit
Martin Baier has joined the International Center of Indianapolis as vice president of programs and services. Lamese Hasan has joined as international visitor leadership program manager, and Jeffrey Kamm has joined as office and database manager.

The Domestic Violence Network has elected the following officers: Randy Biernat, Katz Sapper & Miller LLP, president; Thakena Hogue, IU Health, vice president; Blair Bellamy, Katz Sapper & Miller LLP, treasurer; and Christine Darling, National Center of Excellence in Women’s Health, secretary. New directors are Vivian Wright-Defrees, Success Development Inc.; Michael Medler, Indianapolis-Marion County Forensic Services Agency; Heather Coffy, Bright Ideas in Broad Ripple; Wendy Noe, Indianapolis Affiliate, Susan G. Komen; Tanya Searcy, Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra; Tina Bowles, Old National Bank; and LaVon Bradley, Indianapolis Public Schools.

Chef Sam Brown has been named director of culinary job training at Second Helpings.

Katherine Dill has been named executive director of the Carmel Clay Historical Society.

Construction
Jeff Hammersley has been named executive vice president at JBM Contractors Corp.

Lisa Derringer has joined Garcia Construction Group Inc. as construction administrator. Donald A. Burosh has joined as project manager, and Paula Brown has joined as project coordinator.

Spencer DePoy has been named vice president, Indiana regional sales manager, for Brandeis Machinery & Supply Co.

Finance
Dawna Powell has joined the Healthcare Trust of America as regional vice president.

Cindy Peters has joined Bedel Financial Consulting Inc. as operations specialist and investment assistant.

Health Care
Dr. Gaylen M. Kelton has been named clinical professor and founding program director of the Indiana University Master of Physician Assistant Studies program, School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, at IUPUI.

Michael Myers has been named smoking cessation coordinator for St. Francis Hospital and Health Centers.

Insurance
Dean Padgett has been named senior client manager at Apex Benefits Group.

Law
Stephanie N. Russo has joined Baker & Daniels LLP as a member of the firm’s business litigation group. Shawna Meyer Eikenberry and Scott C. Burns have been promoted to counsel.

Alexis Sumner has joined Bose McKinney & Evans LLP as an associate in the estate and wealth transfer planning groups.

Professional/Trade
Robin Babbitt, Bingham McHale, has been named president of the Indianapolis Bar Foundation. Kelly Scanlan and David Duncan, Bose McKinney & Evans LLP, have been named directors.

Rosemary Carney, Mental Health America of Greater Indianapolis, has been elected to the board of the Adult Guardianship Services Association.

Marilyn Carter has joined the Indiana Optometric Association as director of communications and marketing.

Phil Isenbarger, Bingham McHale LLP, has been elected to the board of directors of the Indianapolis Bar Association.

Builders Association of Greater Indianapolis has named the following officers: Geoff Horen, The Lifestyle Group, president; Corby Thompson, K.E. Thompson, first vice president; John Lazaro Jr., J.R. Lazaro Builders Inc., second vice president; Brian Adams, Godby Hearth & Home, treasurer; Teri Tillery, Indianapolis Power & Light, secretary; and Tom Bedsole, Frost Brown Todd, parliamentarian.

Commissioner Carolene Mays has been elected secretary/treasurer of the Mid-America Regulatory Conference.

Services
BCforward has added the following: Tanya Mallory, staff accountant; Anika Calloway, general counsel; and Timothy Haseley, controller. Ryan McCandless has been promoted to CFO.•

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